Saturday, 14 January 2012

Creating an "Email Signature"

One of the most overlooked ways to increase traffic to the information you have online is the "email signature". You send out dozens, if not hundreds of emails each week; to family, to friends, business associates and clients.

You should have an email signature on every email, and not just your contact information either, you should have deep links to relevant content that you want to expose.

This post is going to show you how to create an email signature that is designed to increase click thru to your online content.

My email signature looks like this.

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The intent is to link someone to specific content, not just the homepage of your website. So give it a try and see if it helps drive more traffic to your business.

To create a link, please see the example below. In this example the link will open in a new window and ensure when someone clicks on your embedded link the original email they received stays open. This would be important for someone using a web based email service like "hotmail" or "yahoo".

To set up this kind of link use this HTML coding found on w3schools website

Thanks for reading and good luck,

Kev